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Königliche Gartenakademie GmbH & Co. KG, Berlin

(3.9/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • Look what's beautiful to advent. Beautiful accessories around Christmas. Very classy and no kitsch. It's worth a visit.
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  • The Café is located in the former greenhouses of the Royal Garden Academy, what made hard to beat is the ambience. We went to the Sunday brunch there offered a variety of hot and cold dishes. The selection is very lush, all meals were refilled regularly. Although the price of €22.50 (holidays €29,00) without drinks at first glance seems not exactly cheap, you get this sufficiently offered. By the many guests it comes however at the Buffett to some waiting times and it is very loud in the premises, what a little to cloud the visit. For this reason, and because the service has been a little distracted, I give no excellent rating.
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  • This plant Center makes me rather the impression that the Sales Department of the Botanical Garden is. Beautifully situated with many greenhouses that are accessible. We are but do not come due to the center of the plant but the cafe, the in middle of the Center is located. You're either druassen or in the greenhouse. The food is good, but not cheap. It's worth a visit.
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  • It is private shop/facility and is not linked with the nearby Botanical Garden. Entrance is free of charge and you may walk in and enjoy a tour of what they sell like it was a small museum. The Cafè though not cheap is quite adorable. Fountain and toilets opposite the Cafè.
  • In principle a beautifully crafted garden/flower Center. The small Japanese garden is worth a visit. -Slightly overpriced – Café mainly meet seniors to fun.
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  • A truly exceptional environment (former greenhouses) in the high-end segment. Delicious cake! A nice place to meet with friends.
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  • the purest rip-off is also €29 €22.50 for the Sunday Bruch buffet and holidays! Because it isn't organic. All drinks are EXCLUSIVE to get drinking water from the tap, we had to ask two waiters, because the first not wanted to honor our request / could. You get only a small glass, whereas you get a large drinking glass when ordering of bottled water. €5.60 for a small pot tea for only two cups, that's all usury! Only the atmosphere entice one to go and made us curious, but you can have it at home even after a nice leisurely Sunday breakfast. Even the plants, which can there be, are mercilessly overpriced especially since some aphids were infested. CONCLUSION: Never again - I had to give a star because I otherwise could send out my rating, but I'm putting before a big MINUS.
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  • Hi, I went today with a friend there breakfast. Can only join the other evaluators. Unfortunately, price and performance are disproportionate. For €13.50 to get 2 small pieces 2 slices salami, Camembert, 1 slice of ham, 1 slice roast beef and 2 slices cheese. Unfortunately, I had to claim the mountain cheese. Were the grain buns very hard, by when? This was the gas station but offset by soft, baked on bread rolls, wievon. We had to tear it, because it unfortunately not could cut the bread with a knife. The large coffee was charged €4.50. Completely exaggerated prices. What was really great was the ambiance. Breakfast is super nice, but never again there. Too bad we had pleased us on this breakfast. Unfortunately, we had no fun. P.Schlage
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